At least one person was injured Saturday after razor blades were discovered in the sand at a playground in San Diego, officials said.
San Diego Lifeguards said the incident happened around 1:30 p.m. in the east playground at Bonita Cove. At least 10 razor blades were recovered by investigators at the playground.
Officials say at least one person came into contact with the razor blades and sustained minor injuries.
The area has been roped off so officials can investigate the scene.
Officials are using metal detectors in order to search for any possible additional razor blades.
Editor's Note: A previous version of this story stated that a child was injured at the playground, per reports from officials. Lifeguards have now clarified that a woman was injured at the scene.